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On the Waterfront With Arthur Cotton Moore

This film centers on the development of the Georgetown Waterfront National Harbor and its architect, Arthur Cotton Moore. It touches on a variety of environmental approaches to waterfront development in the District of Columbia. A world-renowned architect who was in the forefront of new designs for a changing environment as early as the 1960s, Moore addresses the role that architecture plays in the evolving environment of Washington’s urban system.

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